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     32-33-17.   Failure to stop at state weighing station--Misdemeanor. The driver of any single or combination vehicle weighing in excess of ten thousand pounds gross vehicle weight, who fails to stop at or who knowingly passes or bypasses any state weighing station, upon any public highway, when the station is open and being operated by law enforcement officers or motor carrier inspectors, is guilty of a Class 2 misdemeanor. This section does not apply to any recreational vehicle as defined in subdivision 32-3-1(18). For purposes of this section, a combination vehicle is any vehicle consisting of two or more units including a truck, tractor, or towing vehicle, and one or more trailers.

Source: SL 1965, ch 208; SL 1976, ch 158, § 43-6; SL 1989, ch 278; SL 1991, ch 261; SL 2018, ch 197, § 1.

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